Few people realized that the quagga was distinct from other zebras and needed some form of protection until it was too late. They attracted hunters primarily for their hides and for consumption.
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The data collected including the number visitors, the source where they have come from, and the pages visted in an anonymous form. By then, the Quagga, which had been described and named in 1788, had become extinct.Next
Reactions to his proposals were on the whole negative, which was not surprising, considering that most English language scientific literature considered the Quagga as a separate species, a view which, if correct, would render any attempt to re-breed the Quagga a futile exercise.
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It is hoped that if this revival is successful, in due course herds showing the phenotype of the original quagga will again roam the plains of the Karoo.
While the research gives a very good idea of variations in the colour pattern, knowing that the exact tones are correct is less certain, as the skins are all from 130 years ago or more and have likely been bleached over time.Next
Despite highly sophisticated genetic manipulations being used and reproduction in animals and plants being supported and enhanced through intricate techniques, extinction is still as final as it has always been.
Then select + Add to add a new peer. While most scientists accept the Quagga as belonging to the zebras, in 1980 one researcher did suggest that the Quagga was more closely related to the horse than to the zebra. The belly and legs were unstriped and whitish.
Equus quagga —1788, Equus burchelli —1824.